Does the "Golden Years" doctrine apply to the application of the Golden Years doctrine?

British Columbia, Canada

The following excerpt is from Nikkhah v Batin, 2019 BCSC 2223 (CanLII):

A number of decisions, whose conclusions on the issue I accept, have considered that the competing considerations of a plaintiff’s age and application of the “Golden Years” doctrine may, in a sense, balance each other out; see for example Johal v. Radek, 2016 BCSC 454 at para. 52 and the cases that are referred to at that paragraph.

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